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Bonus round! Win one of three Alex & Ani bracelets

So y’all remember when Fash Mob turned three and I did some amazing prizes (winners listed here!)? Well proceedings aren’t quite as over as I thought they were as, deep down in the recesses of my goodie bag I have …

Wed, Feb 27, 2013, 12:53

   

So y’all remember when Fash Mob turned three and I did some amazing prizes (winners listed here!)? Well proceedings aren’t quite as over as I thought they were as, deep down in the recesses of my goodie bag I have discovered some prizes that have yet to be divvied! First up, it’s three lovely bracelets by cult brand Alex and Ani. With Angela Scanlon as their Irish brand ambassador, it’s obvious that the American eco brand has a lot of tricks up its sleeves – but mostly these tricks go below them. (Geddit?)

These bracelets are made from environmentally-friendly recycled and eco materials, and all infused with positive energy. Most of the bracelets carry a symbol with a specific meaning; the three I have up for grabs carry an anchor, a symbol of stability, hope and peace. Nice, right?

This Thursday, to boot, Alex and Ani will be holding an event in Arnotts are part of the department store’s Face Facts event. Tomorrow from 6pm-8pm you’ll be treated to some Vita Coco (coconut water, so delicious!) and a numerology reading by Margaret Nelson, and shown how to style your bracelets from a foundation of two to, well, the sky’s the limit!

To be in with a chance to win one of these gorgeous bracelets, leave a comment below! As usual, you must like Fash Mob on Facebook to be eligible. This competition will close on Wednesday, March 6th at midnight!

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